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Hold that Woman


Published 1940
Topics PRC, P.R.C., James Dunn


A skip-tracer doesn't realize that the radio he is trying to repossess contains stolen diamonds.


Run time 63 minutes 43 seconds
Production Company Producers Releasing Corporation
Audio/Visual sound, black & white

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Reviewer: katperrr - favoritefavoritefavorite - May 4, 2014
Subject: Hold That Woman
enjoyable
Reviewer: ghostmadl - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 28, 2013
Subject: So nice
James Dunn is always a treat. And this one was a pretty good story line. I first saw him in a Shirley Temple movie and have loved him ever since!
Reviewer: unclepup - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - October 30, 2012
Subject: Not too bad.
This was kind of fun and a good chance to see the streets of Los Angeles in 1940. A nice role for Miss Rita La Roy, her final credited screen appearance.
Reviewer: Dr Feel Rotten - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - December 21, 2010
Subject: Skip Tracers Unlimited
Specializing in chasing their own tails.. I enjoyed this one. Good acting and pretty darn good plot.
Reviewer: billbarstad - favoritefavoritefavorite - October 2, 2010
Subject: Some Mild Fun
Stolen jewels, repo men, gangsters, cops, a movie star, and coincidence are the stuff that make up this dizzy comedy. If you like James Dunn (http://www.archive.org/details/Living_Ghost_movie" rel="nofollow">The Living Ghost, http://www.archive.org/details/shadows_over_shanghai" rel="nofollow">Shadows Over Shanghai), you'll like this. He's playing himself, as usual. Some may remember him as the father in the 1945 production of A Tree Grows in Brooklyn. The supporting cast includes good character actors, including Francis Gifford (http://www.archive.org/details/american_empire" rel="nofollow">American Empire), Dave O'Brien (http://www.archive.org/details/phantom_of_42nd_st" rel="nofollow">Phantom of 42nd Street), and Guy Usher (http://www.archive.org/details/Doomed_to_Die_1940" rel="nofollow">Doomed to Die), and give good performances.

I downloaded the 699MB MPEG4 file. Aside from some missing frames that affect dialog, and hiss throughout in the audio, this is a good copy.
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